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SIT probe into TSPSC scam will be biased: Congress


Published on: April 1, 2023 | Updated on: April 1, 2023

TPCC president A. Revanth Reddy. (DC)

 HYDERABAD: In a satirical take on SIT notice to TSPSC member B. Linga Reddy, PCC chief A. Revanth Reddy wondered if his brother-in-law was still with CMO (Chief Minister’s Office) when the official was being questioned.

Taking a swipe at minister K.T. Rama Rao, whom he referred as ‘respected sir’ following the latest development, Reddy wondered if the probe had links with Pragathi Bhavan.

He tweeted "TSPSC paper leak...the probe is revealing links to Pragathi Bhavan (Teegalagithey Pragathi Bhavan Donka Kadilinda)...? Official (Bawa) is being questioned, while brother-in-law (Bawa maridi) in CMO. Do you get it ‘respected’ KTR sir...!(sic)".

Meanwhile the Congress leaders registered a complaint with ACB demanding that all officials involved in the scam should be tried for corruption. Meanwhile, the party’s senior vice-president Mallu Ravi who is leading the party’s committee on the question paper leak issue, wondered why it had taken so many days for SIT to send notice to TSPSC officials.

 "As we doubt the integrity of SIT in this matter, we have been demanding a transparent probe by a judge. As the issue comes under the purview of ACB, we have met their officials and lodged a complaint," he explained, while speaking to media persons outside ACB office in Banjara Hills.

NSUI state president, Balmoor Venkat, who had earlier filed a writ petition in the High Court, said that the Congress was submitting complaints to various departments to strengthen the case.

"If these departments, including ACB, fail to act, the court will be informed and these documents will be attached when the hearing takes place on April 11," he informed.